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1967 
PORTICO 

Volume XX 



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BAY PATH JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 





DEDICATION 



MESSAGE FROM 
THE PRESIDENT 

ADMINISTRATION 



OUR FACULTY 

BAY PATH 
TRADITIONS 

SENIOR CLASS 



ACTIVITIES 



JUNIOR CLASS 



CANDIDS 



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DEDICATION 



And the child was led by the wise 
Who had already been forth, 
Who had arrived and who were yet 
A I ways going forth. 

And they established 

A continuous dialogue day after day 

Striving for perfect communication. 



Walt Whitman 



As our two years at Bay Path draw to a close and we prepare to 
assume a more responsible role in the society that awaits us, We, the 
members of the Class of 1967, wish to pay a very special tribute to a 
group of people who have, through their deep understanding, guided 
our inexperienced hands, patiently borne our many weaknesses, and 
awakened our minds more fully to the ideas of love and kindness. 

With these thoughts in mind, We, the graduating class of 1967, 
proudly dedicate our yearbook to you, our parents, with a feeling of 
sincere respect and gratitude for all that you have unselfishly given us. 

We will always remain mindful of the enormous debt that we owe 
you, and yet which we realize is beyond repayment. 

Our final wish as we prepare to accept the conflicts and joys of the 
life that awaits us is that you will always be as proud of us as we have 
been, and will continue to be of you. 



MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 




THOMAS G. CARR, President 



For the past twenty-two years as president, I have been challenged 
by the task of envisioning and implementing an educational program 
that will serve young women throughout their adult lives ... a period 
that will span a half century, and the world of this next half century will 
be as different as today is from the early 1900's. There will be techno- 
logical and industrial changes, social changes, and changes in interna- 
tional relations. Some changes will offer promising opportunities and 
some may pose disturbing threats. Some can be predicted and others 
will come as surprises. 

How well young adults of today meet the problems of tomorrow 
will depend upon their skills and attitudes and their resources of mind 
and character. How well prepared you are in these respects is primarily 
your responsibility. Bay Path deems it a privilege to have had a part in 
your preparation. 

It is my sincere hope that each of you will build upon the foundation 
of your college experience and enjoy the fulfillment of a fruitful life. 

THOMAS G. CARR 
President 




ALICE E. BRADLEY 

Director of Admissions 




MARCIA H. CONRAD 

Dean of Students 





MILO F. GALBRAITH 
Treasurer 



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Dean of the College 



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SALAH A. BATRAWI 

Professor; Director of 

Psychological Services 

"Please understand it . . . You 

can*t fail!" 




NORMA E. BINNIG 

Library Assistant 
"Hi girls!" 




MIRIAM A. BAXTER 

Director of Health Services 
"What class is it this time?" 




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Ill I IAN H. CHENEY 

Dirt' tor n\ Placement 

"Now, don't cry yet!" 



LORRAINE BLANCHARD 

Resident Nurse 

"Always open, never closed!" 




PHILIP H. CLARKE 

Associate Professor; Chairman, 

English Department 

"College Registration in Three 

Easy Lessons." 




GRACE M. DIXON 

Director of Athletic Program 

"Ping-pong anyone?" 




WILL A. DICKHUTH 

Associate Professor of Behavioral 

Sciences 

"A cheerful good morning!" 




LINDA L. CONNORS 

Library Assistant 

"What can I do for you?" 




ROB1 R l M DIXON 

/ r; Chairman, 

s ( i,h, <■ Department 

"There's a helluva lot you don't know '" 



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DELORES c. ennis 
Supervisor of Mailing and 

Duplicating Department 
"Shall I steam it open?" 




ERNESTINE R. FERNALD 

Cataloguer 

"I know it's in here somewhere." 



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V. I! LARD H. FREER 

Superintendent of Buildings 

and G round. v 

'I'm racing at Daytona next week!" 




ELEANOR G. FITZPATRICK 

Bookkeeper 

"We'll have more nightshirts!" 




JOHN P. GAFFNEY 
Associate Professor of English 
"Will I see you next semester?" 



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ALICE S. GARDNER 

Social Director 

"Do you have a table for eight?" 





ROBERT W. GERICKE 

Professor; Chairman, Social 

Science Department 

'And consequently we turn to 




ELEANOR H. GAY 
Secretary to the Dean of 
the College 
"It's about these records!' 




ARTHUR A. HAK I 
Associate Professor; Chairman. Art Department 

"No girls, this isn't pop art." 



SUZANN1 I HI KKI s 
Clerk-Typist 

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DIANE F. HOYE 

Secretary to the Director of Admissions 

"If you'll just have a seat!" 



GWENDOLYN JONES 

Admissions Counselor 

"We are pleased to inform you 





R. ELIZABETH JONES 

Associate Professor; 

Chairman, Secretarial Science Department 

"Efficient medicals always . . ." 



MARIE K. JOYAL 

Bookkeeper 

'They didn' get one book they wanted!" 



GERALD J. KANE 
Assistant Professor of English 
"Back to the drawing board!" 



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JOANNE M. KANE 

Instructor in Secretarial Science 

"No, Jerry isn't my husband!" 




RITA B. LAPERLF. 

Clerk-Typist 

'Why does it always break down 

in the morning?" 




MARTHA W. KIRKLAND 
Instructor in Secretarial 
Science 

"Thank God for this morning 
coffee!" 




ELLEN K. KAPLAN 
Learning Laboratory Assistant 
"How far behind are you?" 




M VRJORD M I l (.1 K 
Secretary to the Treasurer 

"We came prcll\ close this m.inth'' 



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RUTH M. MACUTKIEWICZ 

Secretary to the Dean of Students 
"Don't tell me the office is empty!" 




BARBARA M. MILNE 

/ tructor in Secretarial Science 

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SALLY B. MAYBURY 

Professor of Secretarial Science 
"You say my book is one of the top 
ten?" 




VIRGINIA MARUCA 

Secretary to the President 

"The Administration aims to please. 



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MURIEL J. MITCHELL 

Associate Professor of English 
"Our favorite Allyson'." 



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GEORGE M. NASSAR 

Instructor in Business Law 

"I'm no Perry Mason!" 




PAUL C. NORTON 

Instructor in English 

"What perfume! Open a window!!' 





ROSEMARIE A. SAMMATAKO 
Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science 
"Glad I took that Shorthand course!" 



PEARLE R. PUTNAM 

Associate Professor in Science 
"So far, so good?" 



ELEANOR M. RIORDAN 

Receptionist 

"Looks like a busy day!" 



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ELIZABETH D. SCHNEIDER 
Registrar; 

Assistant Professor of 

Secretarial Science 

"You have a question?" 




CALLIOPE SHENAS 

Instructor in Voice 

'Let's try the scale one more time!" 




MARIE GOULD SEATON 
Instructor in Secretarial Science 
"Girls, it's not that hard!" 




CLAIRE F. SIMAR 

Secretary to the 

Director of Psychological Services 

"Sorry, he's booked solid!" 





M. LEWIS SPRATLAND, JR. 

Instructor; Director in Music 
"Is it Candid Camera?" 



MELINDA KESSLER SPRATLAN 

Instructor in Piano 
"Music is the core of life!" 



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PAUL E. THISSELL 

Professor; Chairman, Modern 

Language Department 

'You didn't think I'd remember, did you!" 



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KLARA K. WENDER 

Assistant Treasurer 
"Why worry?" 




BERNICE P. VAILL 

Dietitian 

"There's plenty of seconds!" 




WILLIAM B. WHITHAM 
Instructor in Social Sciences 
"Off the record . . ." 





LUCILLE WICKERSHAM 

Assistant Professor: Librarian 
"Have you checked the card catalog?' 



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Nurse 

"You should he line by morning! 



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BAY PATH 
TRADITIONS 



These became part of that child 
Who went forth everyday, 
And who now goes, 
And will always go forth 

everyday. 

Walt Whitman 




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Junior Tea 

September 25, 1966 



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In retrospect, we, the Seniors, feel that the essence of a 
Bay Path education is found not only in its academic pur- 
suits, but in the many cultural traditions that have become 
so deeply integrated with the spirit of campus life. 

With these thoughts in mind, we have attempted to cap- 
ture within the next few pages the variety of social activities 
that have become such a memorable part of each Bay Path 
student and above all, the Bay Path Tradition. 



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Campus Day 

October 4, 1966 




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Christmas Formal 

December 10, 1966 





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Open House 

December 11, 1966 




Father - Daughter 
Dinner Dance 

October 29, 1966 






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Service of Lights 

December 1 1 , 7966 




Christmas Caroling 

December 15, 1966 





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Patricia Tallon 




Linda Baumert, Verna Rainey, Martha Rothackcr, Patricia 
Tallon, Patricia Goodwin, Judith Zito. 



Presentation of Queen Candidates 

January 18, 1967 




Anna V. ( uddeback, ( harlene Davis, Susan < ote, Eileen Pow- 
ers, Patricia Pellegrino. Verna Rainey, Martha Rothacker, Pa 
tricia Tallon, Patricia Goodwin, Judy Zito, Linda Baumert. 




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The child look around 

And saw shadows of herself 
standing alone; 
Joining hands they formed a line 

And went forth gaily, 
And the ponderous journey became 

A dance of various arabesques 
With many days that slipped away 
Dissolved in laughter. 






MARGARET ANN ALDRICH 

Feeding Hills. Massachusetts 

A sunny nature wins, lasting friends. 



CLAIRE M. AMBROSE 

Concord, New Hampshire 
A wasted day is when we have not laughed. 





JANE LOUISE ALEXANDER 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Good things come in small packages. 



CATHERINE MARIE ANDRUS 

Holyoke, Massachusetts 
A little sugar, a little spice. 




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KAREN ELIZABETH ARCARI 

West Hartford, Connecticut 
Life is what you make it. 





JANE ELLEN ASTLE 

Beverly, Massachusetts 
She came for friends and took away love. 



ANNE MARIE ARMOUR 

Bloomfield, Connecticut 

The melancholia of everything completed. 





SUZANNE H \kl R 
\\ llfleet, M issachusetts 
Silence is a true friend. 



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JO-ANNE R. BARRETT 

New Haven, Connecticut 

She chatters as a babbling brook. 



LINDA ANN BAUMERT 

West Hartford, Connecticut 

A merry heart and a helping lumd. 




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TERESA ANN BARTKIEWICZ 

Chicopee, Massachusetts 

Everything comes if a man will wait. 



GAIL LOUISE BAUMG ARTEL 

Attleboro, Massachusetts 
They like her most who know her well. 




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JANET MERRICK BEAULIEU 

Thompsonville, Connecticut 
Elegance and grace go hand and hand in her. 





GINABETH BLOOD 

Windsor, Connecticut 

Laughing, talking, and full of fun. 



CAROL ANN BERRY 

Keene, New Hampshire 

Sunshine and rain; her smiles and tears. 








STEPHANIE CLAIKI H()\|) 
.'kc. Massachusetts 
In love and in be loved. 






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LYNN ANNE BOUSQUET 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
Some of us look to the stars. 



MARIANN M. BUONOME 

East Haven, Connecticut 

A woman is a fickle and changeful thing. 





VICTORIA NANCY BUONANNO 

Easton, Connecticut 

Laughing when she has a mind to. 



JEAN LOUISE CALEN 

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 

True to her word, her work, her friends. 




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SUSAN LEE CANFIELD 
Suffield, Connecticut 
Sophisticated swinger. 





BARBARA JEAN CARLIN 

Madeira Beach, Florida 

Virtuous intelligence shows. 



ROSALIE J. CAPACCIO 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
Better late than never. 





ANTOINKT1I CHRISTIN1 CECCHIN1 
hull. m Orchard, Massachusetts 

Whatever you (In. <h> < an fully. 



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MARY JANE CERSOSIMO 

East Hartford, Connecticut 
Appreciated when she is seen. 



JANICE THERESE CHMIELEWSKl 

Willimansett, Massachusetts 
There is. a time for all things. 





SHARON LYNN CHANDLER 

Agawam, Massachusetts 

Patience, and shuffle the cards. 



BARBARA ROSE CHMURA 

Indian Orchard, Massachusetts 
Brilliance is just the beginning. 




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MARGARET JEAN CHULA 

Northfield, Massachusetts 

Happiness is the wine of greatest vintage. 





JACQUELINE ALTHF.A COE 

Newington, Connecticut 
To a gay heart everything is fun. 



EILEEN LOUISE CLARK 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
The best way to have friends is to be one. 





M MO !. COLAVICC HIO 

w insted, ( onnecticut 

This is tin- flower that smiles <■» everything. 



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NANCY COLES 

Cheltenham. Pennsylvania 

Work is interest made visible. 



BETSY COUMbS 

Stockbridge, Massachusetts 

Organized confusion. 





SANDRA LEE COLMAN 
West Lebanon, New Hampshire 
Softly serious and quietly lovely. 



LESLIE CAVENDER COONLEY 

Princeton, Massachusetts 
Look into her eyes and you see an angel. 




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LUCILLE MARY CORMIER 

Gardner, Massachusetts 
The supreme excellence is simplicity. 





SUSAN JANE COTE 

Concord, New Hampshire 

We love her for herself. 



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DIANE MARGARET CORSO 

East Hartford, Connecticut 

A lady loved by all. 





( \kk()I I \NN CRAVEN 
Easl Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
Her eyes lik<- Uars wink bat 



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M1CHELE ANNE CREANZA 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

As merry as the day is long. 



ANNA V. CUDDEBACK 

Amherst, Massachusetts 
For mercy has a human heart. 





SHELIA EILEEN CROWLEY 
Amherst, Massachusetts 
She is liked by everyone. 



SUSAN HELEN CURTIS 

Monson, Massachusetts 
Hitch your wagon to a star. 




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JULIE W. CUSTANCE 
Acton, Massachusetts 
Joy glows around her. 





CHARLENE HUDSON DAVIS 

Yarmouth, Maine 
When there is no wind, row. 



KATHLEEN LOUISE DANIELS 

White River Junction, Vermont 
Give me love, laughter, and music. 





LINDA MARY Dl ISI NKOI II 

West Springfield, Massachusetts 

Willy, lively and full of fun. 



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ETHEL ANTOINETTE DILLON 

Miami. Florida 

Purity of mind and conduct. 



ALICE JEAN DINGESS 

Warehouse Point, Connecticut 

A true friend is forever a friend. 





DONNA MARIE DI MALEO 

Adams, Massachusetts 

The atom bomb is small too. 



JUDITH ELLEN DIXON 

Bayport, New York 

Ever pleasant, ever kind. 




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SUZANNE DOLCE 

Portland, Connecticut 

Always a twinkle in her eye. 





CORINNE RITA DOYLE 

Avon, Connecticut 

A smile is the whisper of a laugh. 



LYNN MARIE DOMINELLO 

Meriden, Connecticut 

Womanhood is devotion. 








CHARLOTTE SUE DKIS< 01 I 
i Hartford, C innecticul 

I et (harm with itrucc and poise. 



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LINDA HELENE DUMONT 

New Britain, Connecticut 
A friendly way; a pleasing smile. 



CAROL MAUREEN DUTCHER 

Rochester, New York 
Ready for mischief; ready for fun. 





TERRY LOU DUNFEE 

Phillipsburg, New Jersey 
Nice to know; easy to like. 



LINDA KAY EDMISTON 

Weatogue, Connecticut 
Purpose is what gives life its meaning. 




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LISA ANN FEEL 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts 

Happy as the daisies that dance. 






JUDITH ANN FERREIRA 

Thompsonville, Connecticut 
A loving smile that sets her apart. 



LORRAINE ANN FERLAND 

Hartford, Connecticut 

She found a stranger; she left a friend. 





CAROL ANN FIG! I ^ 

Rochester, New York 

Be always as merry as ever v<>u can. 



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GAIL FOLEY 

Thompsonville, Connecticut 
//; quietness lies hidden friendship. 



MARIA KATHLEEN FITZGERALD 

Hamden, Connecticut 
/ will lift up mine eyes unto the hills. 





LINDA MARY FORMAGGIONI 

Wapping, Connecticut 
She went, independent and undaunted. 



FANE BARBARA FLYNN 

West Hartford, Connecticut 

Be nothing hut yourself. 




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ISABEL BETH FRANK 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
Without love and laughter, there is no joy. 





LYNDA S. FREEDMAN 

South Windson, Connecticut 
Life taken too seriously is sad. 



DOLORES A. FRASCA 

Torrington, Connecticut 
A multitude of small delights. 





CORINNE NANCY GIGI IOTT1 

New Britain, Connecticut 

II' ' ■ harai U < is created by refinement. 



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MARY ELLEN GILMAN 

Westboro, Massachusetts 

In adversity we know our friends. 



PATRICIA ELLEN GOODWIN 

Windsor, Vermont 
/ lead the life 1 love. 




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CORINDA M. GIORGIO 

Windsor, Connecticut 

A mighty heart does wonders often. 



BETSEY ANN GREENBACKER 

Meriden, Connecticut 

Kindness as large and plain as a prairie wind. 




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CAROL ANNE GREGORY 

Chicopee, Massachusetts 

Always a question, never an answer. 





ANDREA CHRISTINE GUASCHINO 

Glastenbury, Connecticut 
Warmly she lights each pathway. 



DONNA LYNNE GROSS 

Wiscasset, Maine 
You must get your living by loving. 





NANCY MARGARET HAMBA< II 

Broad Brook. ( onnecticul 

Who <>rr\ and mends to Cod himself commends. 



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JANE MARSHALL HARBISON 

Cromwell, Connecticut 

It is joy to hare my friends around me. 



DOROTHY E. HAYDEN 

Athol, Massachusetts 
She laughs, she talks, and sometimes studies. 





NANCY MARIE HARRINGTON 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
My thoughts and I are of another world. 



SHEILA MARIE HAZEL 

Portland, Connecticut 
A joyous heart and a friendly personality. 




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CAROL ANN HEFFERNAN 

Southwick, Connecticut 

Individualism is the substance of life. 





BARBARA JEAN HELMAN 

Fair Haven, New Jersey 

Self conquest is the greatest goal. 



PATRICIA MARGARET HELDMANN 

Newington, Connecticut 

The wisdom of many, the wit of one. 





B \kH \K \ II w HOR WZ\ 
Suffield, ( onnecticut 
r shining silently is yet n star. 



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BARBARA BLANCHARD HOTCHKISS 

West Haven, Connecticut 

Music is the rejoicing of the heart. 



KATHIE HUNTOON 

East Hartford, Connecticut 

Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. 





ROSEMARY HOWARD 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
Waiting for the spark to fall. 



CHRISTINE RUTH HURST 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
A true friend is a friend forever. 




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CHERYL DIANE INGALLS 

Ludlow, Massachusetts 
Beauty, wisdom, personality, too. 





IRENE FRANCES JURGELAS 

South Windsor, Connecticut 
A heart with room for every joy. 



JANINE MARGARET JASSER 

Wilton, Connecticut 
True friendship is rarer than love. 





DARLEN1 GAYL1 Kl If ON 

I rumbull, ( onnecticul 

A mile that glows; eyt i that twinkle. 



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VIRGINIA ELLEN KING 

Sidney, Connecticut 

She has a smile for every friend. 



NANCY JEAN KELLER 

Chicopee, Massachusetts 
Nothing new except what is forgotten. 





SUSAN LOUISE KLEMPNER 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
All this mental toil — I'm bushed! 



JOANNE ELEANOR KIEFER 

Morristown, New Jersey 
Love is the source of every act. 




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DONNA MAE KLEMYK 

Sunderland, Massachusetts 
Great persons are able to do great kindnesses. 





DIANE MARY KOCUM 

Glastonbury, Connecticut 

Sometimes quiet, most times a riot. 



REGINA L. KLIMEK 

Wethersfield, Connecticut 
Mingle your cares, with pleasure. 





\ki I \i \\ io\i\ \ komwski 

Westfield, Massachusetts 
Knowledge creates happiness within. 



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NORMA-CLAIRE LANG 

Long Island, New York 

A friendly girl, sincere, and kind. 



CHRISTINE T. KOZYRA 

Wilbraham, Massachusetts 
Her smile portrays her heart. 





JANICE MARIE LaPENlA 

Fairfield, Connecticut 

She fills the skies with laughter and light. 



LINDA MARY LAFFERT 
East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
A merry heart is a gift of nature. 




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CYNTHIA NOEMIE LARDER 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
Enjoy when you can. endure when you must. 





DONNA LEE LEATHER 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts 
Silence is the safeguard of her heart. 



DONNA P. LAUER 

Waterbury, Connecticut 
Flaxen strands yield the essence of beauty. 





HI I n II \N \l K \l I U 
Springfield, Massachusetts 

Vast horizons arc within her reach. 







CONCETTA MANCINI 

West Hartford, Connecticut 

Merriment is the essence of life. 



LYNDE MARSHALL 

Windsor, Connecticut 

Life is a series of surprises. 





LYNNE MARIE MARLOWE 

Ludlow, Massachusetts 

Behind the mild exterior is a bit of mischief. 



LYNDA ANN MASUCK 
Springfield, Massachusetts 
Quiet until you know her. 




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GAIL ELLEN McGIBNEY 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
A candle of friendliness lights her way. 





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LINDA MARLENE McKENNA 

Windsor Locks, Connecticut 
She was horn under a dancing star. 



FRANCES ANN McKEE 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

/ like to walk among beautiful things. 





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< ncord, New Hampshire 

lt'\ better to be small and shine. 



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GAIL JOYCE McQUARRIE 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
The greatest pleasure of life is love. 



KAREN ANN MEGA 

Manchester, Connecticut 

Love doth reign and live in my thoughts. 





ALDONA MARIE MECHACHONIS 

Bloomfield, Connecticut 

Keep your face towards the sunshine. 



LYNDA ANN MISISCO 

Southwick, Massachusetts 

A merry heart doeth good like a medicine. 




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SUSAN LOIS MODZELEWSKI 

Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts 
Strong women begin many things. 





VIRGINIA CHARLOTTE MONSON 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
A pleasant smile is welcome always. 



BEVERLY MARION MONCHUN 

Hartford, Connecticut 
Life without laughter is a dreary thing. 





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North Canton, ( onnecticul 

llief and sincerity arc intertwined. 



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MARJORIE ANN MOSER 

South Windsor, Connecticut 

Good humor makes all things durable. 



JUDITH ANN NICHOLS 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts 
Her eves show her true heart. 





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NANCY LUCIA MUSCO 

Windsor, Connecticut 

The world is a bubble; I have a pin. 



GAIL AMES NICHOLSON 

Millinocket, Maine 
A light heart lives long. 







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LINDA L. NIGRO 

Thompsonville, Connecticut 
The warmth that twinkles in her eyes. 





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PATRICIA ANN NOCE 

Wethersfield, Connecticut 

Give the world the best you have. 



CYNTHIA A. NILES 

Wallingford, Connecticut 

/ want what I want when I want it. 




BARB \RA \\M ' - Kl II I I 
Stratford, ( onnecticu! 
.' is always given to a neat woman. 



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SUSAN R. PARO 
Southwick, Massachusetts 
She has a very gentle heart. 



AURELIE ANN ORDWAY 

Littleton, New Hampshire 
The time to be happy is now. 





SUSAN MAE PATTERSON 

Hartford, Vermont 

From sincerity springs all. 



JUNE ANN PALMBERG 

West Hartford, Connecticut 

A little nonsense, now and then. 




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JANE ELLEN PEARSON 

Ware, Massachusetts 
Always happy; seldom sad. 




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CAROLYN ANN PETERSON 

Suffield, Connecticut 

Happiness and beauty dwell together. 



PATRICIA A. PELLEGRINO 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
Life stems from laughter and friends. 





I' \l Rl( I \ K)M I I'M KM 

Essex Function, Vermont 

/ I les and red hair; Ye better beware! 



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JANET ELIZABETH PIERCE 

Madison, Connecticut 
Hold the fort; for I am coming. 



DIANE MARIE POLLUTRO 

Torrington, Connecticut 
Work is love made visible. 





LESLIE ANNE PITT 

Boxford, Massachusetts 

Deep feelings always mean more. 



EILEEN LOUISE POWERS 

Bristol, Connecticut 
Her virtue lies in the struggle. 




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DEBORAH EDWINA QUINN 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
Earnestness is the core of all work. 





JANET KRISTEN RASK 

West Hartford, Connecticut 
Sweet personality, full of rascality. 






VERNA LEE RAINEY 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
/ am a part of all I have met here. 





JUD! I II BOSWOR1 H RHOAD1 S 

i ence, Massachusetts 
Without music, life would be a mistake. 



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BARBARA MARIE ROCHETTE 

Meriden, Connecticut 
To her young heart, everything is fun. 



MARTHA DUST1N ROTHACKER 

Pound Ridge, New York 

Her personality bubbles softly. 




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CANDACE MARGARET ROSEN 

West Hempstead, New York 
/ will think of it all tomorrow. 



DONNA ELIZABETH ROY 

Barrington, Rhode Island 
She will be liked everywhere she goes. 




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CAROL ANN RYBCZYK 

Bristol, Connecticut 

Happy is the house that shelters a friend. 





CAROL ANN SANTINELLO 

Agawam, Massachusetts 

What is the French for fiddle-de dec? 



JANE LATHROP SALISBURY 

Suffield, Connecticut 
Spend your life in your own way. 




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DIANI LYNN SAR \SON 
Norwood. Massachusetts 

A /«;/!,•/; in her heart; smile in h 



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LINDSAY SAWYER 

New London, New Hampshire 

No fear of being simply what I am. 



RUTH MARY SCOTTI 

Middletown, Connecticut 
/ can resist all but temptation. 




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DIANA JEAN SCHWANHAUSSER 

Fairfield, Connecticut 

.4 good sport and a loyal friend. 



DOROTHY ANN SEYMOUR 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
// is good to be merry and wise. 




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JUDITH SHEPARD 

Warwick, Rhode Island 
Always smiling, seldom sad. 





ALLYSON JEANNE SORGE 

Copake Falls, New York 
She met a stranger; she left a friend. 



WENDY KATHERINE SMITH 

Wethersfield, Connecticut 
A cheerful heart and a smiling face. 





( ll \KI I \l MARL st I I l\ w 
Springfield. Massachusetts 
She has the grace <>f a lady. 



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KATHLEEN FRANCES SULLIVAN 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
A gay and welcome companion. 



BARBARA JEAN TATRO 

Agawam, Massachusetts 
Nothing on earth bothers me. 





PATRICIA MARY TALLON 

North Haven, Connecticut 
/ have no other than a woman's reason. 



ELLEN M. TAYLOR 

Keene, New Hampshire 

Quiet, unassuming; every inch a lady. 




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COLETTE MARIE THIBAULT 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts 
A happy disposition is like a sunny day. 





PATRICIA ANN TIETGENS 

Cheshere, Massachusetts 
From listening comes wisdom. 



SHARON ELIZABETH THOMPSON 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
Petiteness and charm go arm and arm. 





MARCIA ANN TUFAM I 
v h Britain, ( onnecticut 

/ i (■ a world in a grain "/ sand. 



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SUSAN VIRGINIA UDEEN 

Simsbury, Connecticut 

She knows what she wants. 



CHRISTINA MAY VAN VLECK 

North Adams, Massachusetts 

Go and catch a falling star. 





PATRICIA ANN VAAST 

Westport, Connecticut 
Never a care; never a regret. 



JOANNE MARIE VERTERAMO 

Agawam, Massachusetts 
Agreeable and full of fun. 




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JACQUELINE ANN WHITE 

Foxboro, Massachusetts 

Malice toward none; charity for all. 





PATRICIA ANNE WIER 

Wilmington, Delaware 
Without charm there can be no fine girl. 



LAURA JEAN WIDZICKI 

Plainville, Connecticut 

A true friend is the gift of God. 





NANCY ELLEN Yl RDIN 
I aston, < onnecticul 

The hand hath made you 



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ARLENE A. ZEPKO 

West Springfield, Massachusetts 

Dark hair, datwing eyes, and a pretty smile. 




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CHRISTINE ANN ZUPPARDI 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 

Activity leads to knowledge. 



JUDITH CAROL ZITO 

Hamden, Connecticut 

Virtue and truth stand close by. 



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The end is here, 

But in the evening of our youth 

We look beyond, into the dawn of life awaiting us. 

For wondrous paradox — the end means but a new commencement. 

So we go knowing we are gift bearers to the world. 

And what we know of sacrifice, and selfless love 

Will put the meaning in our gifts . . . 



Evening brings a tide of peace and ripples of remembrance 
And at the twilight of these years we feel a flood of evening-peace 

That marks the end of our days together; 

And we know the joy-mingled pain of remembrance in separation. 

These pages are our dusk-song, singing for us the days 

That brought us to this evening. 

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ACTIVITIES 



In her friends 

She found something inspiring. 
There were ones 

Who gracefully bore 

The burdens of responsibility, 
Who turned away 

from the worn path — 
the tedium of monotony, 
establishing societies 

where ideas coalesced 
and were dispersed. 




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Standing: Karen Mega. Lynne Marlowe, Donna Klemyk, Carolyn Peterson, Judith Ferreira, 
Alice Dingess. Nancy Keller. Karen Arcari, Kathleen Sullivan, Judith Zito, Deborah Quinn, 
Nancy Yurdin. Seated: Nancy Musco, Eileen Powers, Donna Dimaleo, Lynn Domminello, 
Barbara Tatro. Kneeling: Dorothy Hayden. Phyllis McLaughlin, Laura Widzicki. Barbara 
Chmura. 



Maroon 
Key 





Dr. Margaret Mead addresses the jail 
Honors Con vocation . 



.' i • . ., ■ holai ship from the 

A lumni Association. 



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Junior Class 
Officers 




Virginia Natalie, President; Suzanne Allen. 
Treasurer; Suzanne Moore, Secretary; Susan 
Lorentzen, Vice-President; Marcia H. Conrad. 
Adviser. 



Joanne M. Kane, Adviser; Charlene Davis, President; Patricia 
Goodwin, Vice-President; Susan Cote, Secretary; Mary Gil- 
man, Treasurer. 




Senior Class 
Officers 



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Visiting Lecturers 




Honors Convocation October 26, 1966, Laura Widzicki, Alice Dingess, Doctor Margaret 
Mead. Deborah Teece. 





Doctor Zelma George, January 10, 1967, and 
Anna V. Cuddeback. 



Iloquium on "The Great Society,' February I, 1967, Doctor Max Lerner and 
Senator Karl Mundt. 



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at Bay Path 




Doctor Max Lerner 




Senator Karl Mumlt 




Norton Mockridge 
March 9, 1967. 




Shmuel Ashkenasi 
\pnl l(), 1967. 



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Our Queen And Her Court 




Queen 
Eileen Powers 

Honor Attendants 
Bonnie Robnett Virginia Natalie 
Suzanne Allen Judith Zito 

Patricia Tallon Cynthia Heine 
Charlcnc Davis Vcrna Rainey 



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Residence Halls 




Empsall 
Hall 



Delia B. K\er 
Empsall Hall 




Seated: Mary Jo Thomas, Vice-President; Christine 
Zuppardi, President; Standing: Linda Hedstrom, Social 
Chairman; Sally Martin, Secretary-Treasurer; Marion 
Pulleyn, Fire Captain. 



Perkins Hall 




Ruth E. (r 

R( i'ii and Perkins Hall 




Secretary-Treasurer; Betsey Greenbacker, Fire Captain; Nancy Yur- 
din, Social Chairman; Jacqueline Coe, Assistant Social Chairman; 
Terry Waryas, President; Corinda Giorgio. 



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Officers and Counselors 




South 
Hall 




Pauline Legassick 
South Hall 



Standing: Mary Gilman, Secretary-Treasurer: Helen 
Eustis, Fire Captain; Lynne Waite, Vice-President. 
Seated: Anna Cuddeback, President. 







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Seated: Lynde Marshall, Martha Rothacker, Charlene 
Davis, Andrea Guaschino, Eileen Powers. Standing: 
Linda Baumert, Karen Arcari, Jacqueline White, Susan 
Cote. 




Bollum 
Hall 




Alice Riiska 
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I inda Knox, I tent; Fean ( alen, rnMihni 

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Barbara He! man. President; Barbara Hotchkiss. Program Chairman; 
Jane Harbison. Secretary; Kathleen Fitzgerald, Publicity Chairman. 



Round Table 



Newman Club 




Seated: Linda Baumert, President; Mrs. Seaton, Adviser. 
Standing: Corrine Gigliotti, Secretary; Pamela Ratti, 
Treasurer; Deryl Bartone, Vice-President. 



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Standing: Sally Kellogg, Deborah Huck. Jeanne Bekasi, Linda Michaud, Sandy 
Snider, Suzanne Allen, Valerie Litwinczyk, Kathryn De Vries, Kathleen 
Clarke, Dorothy Dodge, Ann Lyons, Judith Butts, Elaine Foley, Susan Cote. 
Gail Forgan, Donna Lauer. Kneeling: Marion Pulleyn. Carolyn Lange. Cyn- 
thia Heine, Barbara Kelley, Sarah Belden, Secretary-Treasurer: Mr. Dixon, 
Adviser; Claire Ambrose, President. 



Outing Club 



Boots and Saddle 




Donna Voegeli, I. met McSweeney, Barbara Hitchcock. Joan Eddy. 
Patricia Holmes, Pamela Watterson, Patricia Heldmann. 



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Carroll Craven. Secretary-Treasurer; John P. Gaflfney, Adviser; Chris- 
tine Zuppardi. Vice-President; Linda Laffert, President. 



Social Science Club 



Drama Club 




Martha Rothacker, Program Chairman; Janice LaPenta, President; Robert 
Gericke, Adviser; Deborah Huck, Vice-President; Deborah Roberts, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 

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Officers 



Bay Path Christmas Concert 



Glee Club 




Seated: Barbara Hotchkiss, President: 
Christine Zuppardi, Treasurer. Stand- 
ing: Jean Kell>. Secretary: Betsej 
Greenbacker, Librarian. 



Keynotes 



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Jean Kell\. I. me Surrett. Inn.i M ' hristilW Zuppardi, I\nn 

Freiberg, Carol Figley, Jean Calen, sheila Hazel, Ann.. Cuddeback, 

Barbara Hotchkiss. Jayne Bartek, Line Sajisl 



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Standing: Barbara Tatro, Patricia Goodwin, Audrey Willard, Susan Cote, Jane Harbison, 
Marcia H. Conrad, Adviser; Susan Lorentzen, Patricia Tallon, Patricia Patry, Linda Masi. 
Seated: Deborah Roberts, Eileen Powers, Linda Baumert, Judith Zito, President; Virginia 
Natalie. Kneeling: Mary Gilman, Gail Ruisseaux, Janice LaPenta, Charlene Davis. 



Barbara Kelley assists Linda Michaud with a purchase 
in the Student Council bookstore. 




Student 
Council 

Student Council Mixer 




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Portico 




Anna V. Cuddeback, Co-Production Editor: Deborah Quinn. Editor-in-Chief; 
Carol Figley, Photography Editor; Arthur Hart. Adviser; Susan Patterson, 

Literary Editor; Judith Rosenfield, Co-Production Editor. 




Typing and Layout 





Happiness after meeting "in in si dead 



Cropping and choosing photographs 




Beverly Monchun 




" l*M»l' • . i 

Mary Gilman 



Glamour 




Our Winner — Bonnie Robnett 



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Contestants 





Suzanne Allen 



Cynthia Heine 




Man in Metz, Beverly Vfonchun, Patricia Vo I ■■■■• Rainey, Bonnii nthia 

Heine. Mary Gil mart, Haunt Evans, Stephanie Bond, Suzanne Allen. Coriitne Gigliolti. 



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Deepwooil Hall 





West Hall 



Empsall Hall 



Campus 




Faculty Residence 



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Glen Hall 



Scenes 




Bollum Hall 




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BAY PATH JUNIOR COLLEGE 








JUNIORS 



And in the sweetness of friendship let 
there be laughter, and sharing of pleas- 
ures. 

Kahlil Gibraii 







Marion Pulle\n 
Man Jo Thomas 
Christine Driscoll 
Kathleen Beatt\ 




Deborah Roberts, Catherine Fitzger- 
ald, Priscilla Case, Janet Guttman, 
Jean Traygis. 





Jean Kelly, Elizabeth Martin, Anne Long, Hrenda Bar- 
nett. Melissa Bausman. 



Barbara Katz, Joanne Barnes, Linda Knell, Susan Whip- 
ple. 



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Suzanne Gniady 
Deborah Saunders 
Suzanne Allen 
Frances Meyer 
Donna Colone 
Noreen Nussbaum 
Patricia Davis 





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Diane Stephan 
Mimi Bonneau 
Ellen Dorsey 



Cynthia Heine, Laura Sharp, Barbara Kelley. Kathryn 
Krzystofik, Pamela Klemyk. 





Angela Piccione. Margaret Martin. Carolyn Pacocha, 

Deborah Teece. 



Andrea Silver, Linda Ray, Charlene Ohmen, ( onnic 
Pandolfe, M trel ^ .ilion. 



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Mary Sakcnich 
Cassandra Peterson 
Dorothy Dodge 
Judy Butts 
Barbara Degel 




Carol Dana 
Suzanne Moore 
Marcia Metz 
Susan Brown 
Melinda Cooper 



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Joanne McKenzie, Donna Podolski, 
Rosemary Kramer. 




Linda I ord S;m'ira I.inebaugh. 



Pamela Smith, Jorjean Waltman, Pa- 
tricia Barile, Nancy Easton. 



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Barbara Henry, Janice Burt, Donna 
Parsells, Deryl Bartone, Joan Milew- 
ski. 



Dianne Beach, Sally Blanchard. ( e 
celia Harrineton. 




Ellen Goldstein, Pamela Sharlan, Carolyn Lange, Violet 
Bruce. 





Nancy Voughr, Francine Smith, Carol Stevens. 



Mao Szczebak, B ' ; ' illcy, 

Donna W iick 



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Linda Segalla 
Linda Shewan 
Nanc\ Aiwood 
Linda Fusco 
Nancv Fisher 




Rosemary Rumin, Linda Knox, Audrey Wil- 
lard. Donna Thompson. 




Barbara Hitchcock, Kandra Jones, Sandra Opperman, 
Carol Mumford, Deborah Wylie. 





Theodora Mailhott, Donna Voegeli, Alita Lanza. 



Donna Janecek, Susan Pochask, Gail Forgan, Sally Kellogg. 



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Gertrude Koch 
Trina Meyer 
Barbara Bacon 




Susan Kervian 
Harriet Evans 
Randell Thorp 
Helen Eustis 
Lynne Waite 
Beverley Richey 
Janet Berman 




Deborah Goodman, Nancy Jackson, Ann Lyons. 




Margaret Whiteley, Sally Martin. Lynn Lewitt, Pamela 
Stevens, Elaine Foley. 



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Marilyn Dautel, Sus.ui Herring, Donna Zoffoli, B Baran, 

Sharyn \\ right. 



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Pamela Watterson, Joan Eddy, Judy Mullen. 
Patricia Holmes. 




Bonnie Robnett, Barbara Ecker, Linda Masi, Susan Bauer, Pamela 
Ratti. Susan Howes. 





Joan Kargman, Suzanne Weber, Janet Berthold. 




Pamela Sethares, Sharon Serino, Christine Hoff- 
man, Eileen Earle, Gail Huse. 



Judith Gastone, Katherine Whyte, Deborah 
Carmody. 



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Marie Jutte, Diane Drake, Patricia 
Bogdanovich. 



Phyllis Hunt 
Deborah Huck 
Kathleen Liucci 
Sharon Falkowski 
Susan Bradley 




Mary Salamone 
Joanne Salamone 
Diane Burris 
Judith Englehardt 
Suzanne Armstrong 




Kathleen I any. 



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Suzanne Gniadj 
Nancj Gonnello 
Nancv Oettlin 





Judith Olechna 
Denise Marcoux 
Lois Almquist 
Caryl Grosch 
Carolyn Bass 



Patricia Tolman, Grace Keller. 





garet Norris, Karen Horning. Linda Macken, Claire Gilbreath, Joanne 
Donington. 



Lynn Freiberg, Kathleen Curtis. 



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Gail Ruisseaux 
Sandy Snider 
Gail Giroux 
Lynn Talbert 
Alberta Volpe 




Maida Cohen, Ellen Chase, Elizabeth Anne 
Dully, Karen Starck, JoAnne Dully. 









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Sarah Bel den 
Valeria Sarosky 
Anita Grimmeisen 
Jane Starrett 
Michele Shaw 
Susan Scott 
I indsey Rehmeyer 
Barbara Maiolo 




Jane Clark, Janice Cogan. Valerie Litwinczyk, Sus.m 
Crawford. 



Nadine Mfant, Nancy Leinbacb, lane i 1 
han, Ellen McKenzie, Rosalie Wisniewski. 



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Betsey Lang. Judith Rosenfield. 
bara Isler. Beverlv Grant. 



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Kathleen Clarke, Jean Whitney, Carolyn Rees, 
Kathryn DeVries. 




Sharon Kelly, Susan Lorentzen, Joan Jesson, Susan 
Faulkner, Susan Spahl, Sharon Taylor, Theresa Bril- 
liante. 




Lynn Miller, Faye Southworth, Marcia Hamilton, Vir- 
ginia Natalie, Suzanne Rogerson. 



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Karen Bogosian, Carolyn Cronin, Clover Campbell. Rosalyn 
Maniscalchi. 



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Jayne Bartek. Janet McSwecney. Donna Consolo, Susan 
Robinson, Cynthia Warner. 




Barbara Gancarz, Kathleen Finn, Carol Cunningham, Linda 
Kochy, Susan Kreplick. 



Sandra 1 ail, I inda Klonoski, Jams Loudin, I' 
Bonnie Mooney. 



a Patry, 



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Janet Brooks. I cm Guenther, Deborah Mitchell. Carol Gove, Ellen 
Judd. 





Margaret Hack. 
Jeanne Bekasi 
Bonnie Grant 
Sue Wood 
Pamela Stone 
Linda Michaud 
Mary Ann Corbin 



Ann Furnelli. Linda Lavin, Linda Geoffrion, Barbara Harer, Regina 
Lenart. 





Colleen Tangredi. Linda Newell, Patricia Ranco. Sheila Swikalus, 
Nadia Wasylenko. 



Joyce Zavarella, Judith Translateur. 



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